'The pain is too much really' - Murray’s emotional news conference in full

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Andy Murray was in tears as he spoke to journalists ahead of the Australian Open
bbc.comThree-time Grand Slam winner Andy Murray has revealed he had been planning to retire after this year's Wimbledon.But the 31-year-old fears next week's Australian Open could be his final tournament.Murray broke down in tears at a news conference in Melbourne on Friday as he discussed his long battle to return to fitness following hip surgery.
Live: Reaction to Murray's news conference
How are you feeling and how is the hip?
Andy Murray: "Yeah, not great..." (Long pause as Murray starts crying before getting up and leaving the stage)The moderator: "Everybody stay in your seats. We'll continue in a moment."(Murray returns after a three-minute break to compose himself)Murray: "Sorry. Yeah, so not feeling good. Obviously been struggling for a long time. I have been in a lot of pain for, well, it's been probably about 20 months now. I pretty much have done everything that I could, you know, to try to get my hip feeling better. You know, it hasn't helped loads."I'm at a better place than I was six months ago, but still in a lot of pain. And, yeah, it's been tough."
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